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Speaker or terminal connection?

I have a problem where i need to connect the cable to the back part of the receiver, but i'm not able connect because the connection is missing, due to the fact that i've moved and it's been lost. How can I find the name of it and where and I find this connection so I can be able to connect the full home system.

I'd appeciate all the nformation I can get.


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  • wandivelisse Nov 12, 2008

    Sorry for the poor information. The mdel no. HT DP3000 serial no. 90941025.

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Provide a model number.

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